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The Mitchell & Son Exchange (MSX) is our broking service that enables customers to buy and sell privately-owned fine wine and spirits. This platform gives access to fine and rare bottles that are difficult to source anywhere else.

Because these bottles are being sold on behalf of private customers, they are not eligible for any discount.

'This is a ripe wine with spice, juicy red fruits and a feeling of opulence. Full, fruity and rich, it's a wine for medium-term aging. Drink from 2017.' 91 points, Wine Enthusiast.

'A textbook Pauillac, with a core of ripe cassis, cherry compote and blackberry fruit, spiked with iron, singed cedar and tobacco details that should emerge as this melds and softens. Best from 2015 through 2025.' 90 points, Wine Spectator.

'This is fresh and clean with citrus and currant character. Medium body, fine tannins and a delicate finish. A little lean but I like it. Clarity of fruit here. Give it three or four years to soften. Try in 2017.90 points, James Suckling.

Château d'Armailhac 2011 Pauillac

Château d'Armailhac 2011 Pauillac

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The Mitchell & Son Exchange (MSX) is our broking service that enables customers to buy and sell privately-owned fine wine and spirits. This platform gives access to fine and rare bottles that are difficult to source anywhere else.

Because these bottles are being sold on behalf of private customers, they are not eligible for any discount.

'This is a ripe wine with spice, juicy red fruits and a feeling of opulence. Full, fruity and rich, it's a wine for medium-term aging. Drink from 2017.' 91 points, Wine Enthusiast.

'A textbook Pauillac, with a core of ripe cassis, cherry compote and blackberry fruit, spiked with iron, singed cedar and tobacco details that should emerge as this melds and softens. Best from 2015 through 2025.' 90 points, Wine Spectator.

'This is fresh and clean with citrus and currant character. Medium body, fine tannins and a delicate finish. A little lean but I like it. Clarity of fruit here. Give it three or four years to soften. Try in 2017.90 points, James Suckling.

Château d'Armailhac 2011 Pauillac